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CSPAN
Oct 20, 2013 9:35pm EDT
the obama administration, the very aggressive way they have been going after government officials who have provided information to reporters, particularly classified information, but not exclusively. i was asked by the committee to explore the relationship between the obama administration and the press in this context of the kinds of work, the relationship between governments and the press and the press's right to work. i was surprised by what i found. it goes way beyond the war on leaks. i have found this administration to be remarkably controlling. i will tell you how that happened. my findings are based on several dozen interviews. news executive, government transparency advocates, government officials. plus, there is a study that i did -- i think these are the most complete accounts that anyone has come up with. during the bush and obama administrations -- so we can make comparisons, and the application of the patriot act and the national surveillance programs. the obama administration's aggressive war on leaks and its efforts to control the flow of information -- is without equal sinc
FOX News
Oct 20, 2013 3:00am PDT
quote . brit hume went on the record and said where is the accountability from the obama administration? >> normally when something goes terribly wrong inside a
CSPAN
Oct 20, 2013 6:00pm EDT
are the washington post last year, may of this year about the obama administration, the very aggressive way they have been going after government officials who have provided information to reporters, particularly classified information, but not exclusively. toas asked by the committee report on the relationship between the obama administration and the press in this context of the kinds of work, the relationship between governments and the press and the press's right to work. i found.prised by what it goes way beyond the war on leaks. i have found this administration to be remarkably controlling. i will tell you how that happened. my findings are based on several dozen interviews. news executive, government transparency advocates, government officials. plus, there is a study that i did -- i think these are the most complete accounts that anyone has come up with. during the bush and obama administrations -- so we can make comparisons, and the application of the patriot act and me national surveillance programs. the obama administration's aggressive war on leaks and its efforts to control the flow of --
CSPAN
Oct 20, 2013 10:00am EDT
to this event, the obama administration and the press. if you have not had a chance to see this report, it is all about protecting sources. those of us who have done the job in reporting know that the sources are our lifeblood. if they come for the sources, we better speak. you are familiar with the court cases against sources, it is a bleak picture. the u.s. attorney in chicago put a lot of guys away. when he came here to prosecute scooter libby, he asserted that journalists are witnesses to a crime. thank you for coming. these fellows will have a fine discussion. we are excited. before i introduce the moderator, one bit of business. this will be webcast on c-span, please be sure to wait for the microphone. your moderator, kurt wimmer. he was a general counsel and advocated for a federal shield bill. take it away. >> is a great honor to be here along with these experts. i am the only person on this panel i have never heard of. [laughter] >> this is one of those panels where everyone needs no introduction. to my left, leonard downie, professor of journalism at the cronkite school at ar
FOX Business
Oct 21, 2013 7:00pm EDT
below the administrations expectations. jim angle has our report. >> even as president obama for the website needs a makeover, 19 million people were posted to be able to logon according to the president. some 500,000 filled out applications, many in state-run exchanges and about half in the federal administrations run by them. >> 250,000 were able to set up accounts and that's about 1% of the people that try to get on the website that i've been able to set up accounts. reporter: even that number is not actually due to buying insurance. >> they are telling in the various insurance companies that we should expect to be getting hundreds of thousands of enrollees and they are getting dozens or a few hundred. so the number of people that are actually buying insurance is a very tiny number. reporter: the administration says the goal is to sign up 7 million uninsured people by next march, but critics warn that because of the website problems, that goal might be elusive. >> they are getting duplicate and triplicate of data and i think it's an indication of how bad the information co
FOX Business
Oct 21, 2013 10:00pm EDT
some additional information for you on the company to the obama administration contracted with to build this website, health care.gov. you probably won't be surprised to learn that the third-quarter revenues of 160%, but the stock today was down almost 3%. the obama administration strong arm tactics is not also aimed at the hhs that the epa. according to two congressman, lamar smith and chris stewart, they charged that new rules prosed by the epa will give the agency unprecedented control over private property all across the nation. at issue ar wetlands, dry streams, and maybe even mud puddles. shannon bream has the report. reporter: calling it a massive power grab, lamar smith and chris stewart of utah are asking the environmental protection agency or the epa to explain why it is in a rush to implement yet another federal regulation that they argue could have a significant impact on private property. without input from congress. the agency's current approach appears to represent politicize regulatory processes lacking the proper consultation and the peer review of the american people.
CSPAN
Oct 17, 2013 2:00pm EDT
. they host a discussion looking at the obama administration and the press, more specifically a new report by the committee to protect journalists which investigates press freedom conditions during the obama presidency. leonard downie is the journalism professor at arizona state university and former executive editor of the "washington post" to other speakers included senior correspondent for the "washington post." this is live coverage on c-span2. it should start shortly. ♪ ♪ >> hello, welcome in america. i'm managing editor at new america which means i added the new digital magazine weekly walk. i'm actually here to welcome you to this event. the obama administration and the press. if you haven't had a chance to see this report, which i have come it made me want to rename the group that wrote it community protect sources. it's all about protecting sources but those of us have done the job of investigative reporting now, the sources -- if they come to the sources they better speak. so i think your ultimate with the court cases against sources. it's a bleak picture up to and including
Al Jazeera America
Oct 16, 2013 2:30am EDT
organizations, they may not have states, and they were talking about it then. that the obama administration would be supportive of that. and there's though shield law, so the fear that you're talking about can be very real. >> fill in the blanks for those not familiar with the shield law. and 40 plus states have them. and what that means for journalists, and what that could mean for citizen journalists and bloggers. >> shield laws can be very important in dealing with nuisance speens. reporters are professional investigators, so the easiest way for a litigant in a civil or criminal case, rather than doing our own investigation, we'll try to piggyback on the work of some reporter who has looked into that. and that can be enormously burdensome, and speed laws are important for that. but i want to talk about the press throwing itself on the mercy of congress. anybody looking at what's going on in washington this month would have to conclude that no one in their right mind really wants to count on congress for anything. the first amendment says congressional make no law abridging the freedom of
CSPAN
Oct 18, 2013 12:00am EDT
] >> thank you everyone. >> coming up, a discussion about the obama administration's dealing with the press and a look at the housing market and mortgage industry. leader u.n. deputy secretary will speak to us. tomorrow a senior member of the syrian opposition will be at the johns hopkins school of international studies to talk about the state of conflict in syria and a planned peace conference. watch it live at 11:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. >> during the depression she was thought to be out of touch with the people. after her death, it was discovered that she provided financial help to hundreds of americans in need and never cashed the checks of those who paid her back. watch the program on first lady lou hoover on c-span. live on monday night, arsenic content series continues. >> this is eleanor roosevelt typewriter and this is where she wrote her columns. what i have here is the original draft of the con that i want to share. this first one is actually her first column and sets the tone for it to follow. so we are talking about the comings and goings as they are getting back to the regul
CSPAN
Oct 15, 2013 2:00pm EDT
for the special illegal obama administration rule on this summin subject but for ame. we need to align policy-makers' personal interest in wacial in n along with the interests of the american people and the way you do that is mike maic them live by exact -- is make them live by exactly the same rules, make them walk the walk as those americans who have to go to the obamacare exchanges, in many cases against their will, 8 million-plus, who were satisfied with the health coverage they had prior to obamacare and then who realized that under this law, that promise by president obama "if you like the health care coverage you have now, you can keep it," who realize th the had way that that promise was a lie. so there are two crucial reasons we must pass this language into law. first, the principle. second, the practicality. first, the principle that washington should live under the same rules, the same way as america. second, the practicality that we need to visit upon washington all of the burdens and challenges that face america under obamacare, including those 8 million-plus americans going to t
Al Jazeera America
Oct 15, 2013 7:30pm EDT
journalists, suggests that the obama administration has had a chilling effect on journalism. congress is considering a media shield block to protect confidentiality. and what does all of this mean to the future of the media and our democracy? to discuss this, we're joined by jordan valinski, from tech blog, and on skype, phil bron stein, reporting, and welcome to "the stream" everyone. and phil, no question, the media landscape is changing, primarily due to digital. but the interesting, and i think certainly lesser probed issue here is why news consumption is on the decline. what are your thoughts? >> well, i'm not sure that consumption of information that we would considering to news, first i want to say that i'm not the executive director, that's robert rosenthal, but i'm on the board. >> our apologies. >> no problem. so i think that whether it's mill enials or other age groups in the demographics, i don't think there's less interest. we have a relationship with a group called you speak, a spoken word organization. now in 50 cities, thousands and thousands of kids between 14 and 19.
PBS
Oct 22, 2013 5:00pm PDT
carney came out and said that the obama administration strongly disagrees with assertions that the u.s. violated international law with these drone strikes. what you have to say to that? >> the main problem is that it has provided assurances of legality without providing any proof. we are asking the obama administration to investigate these cases and explain why they occurred. why a 68-year-old grandmother was killed. why a 14-year-old boy was killed. >> your report focuses on two cases that you say were a violation of international law. can you quickly walk us through them and what specifically makes them that violation? >> a 68-year-old grandmother went out to gather vegetables in her family feel that was largely vacant. she was killed by a drone strike right before the eyes of some of her -- of her grandchildren. we could not find evidence ever any militants nearby. we did find -- the ultimate -- ultimately the u.s. government has a responsibility to provide those answers to the international community. >> in some cases you have gone through and look that, can you go into more det
FOX Business
Oct 22, 2013 7:00pm EDT
available to you. great work as usual. critics of the obama administration is design of the health care website blaming politics for many of its problems. the obama administration's plan to downplay the sticker shock of high premiums in direct conflict with the website designed for the needs of the american health care consumer. fox news chief national correspondent jim angle has our report. >> website contractors wanted to let people shop for insurance before slogging through to the end of the entire website, but they were given different marching orders. >> they were told effectively to bury the price is to prevent sticker shock so that some of the worst part of failing to use best practices occurred for clear political reasons in the 11th hour. >> the administration did not want to scare people away. >> they were afraid there would be sticker shock with this and that with that sticker shock people would immediately leave, so they wanted people to deal to go one, find out what the subsidy was going to be so that aid reduced the sticker shock. >> that created a traffic jam. in addition
CNN
Oct 20, 2013 8:00am PDT
. former nsa official thomas drake talks about his experience being prosecuted by the obama administration's justice department and his visit with nsa leaker edward snowden in russia. i was made to work. make my mark with pride. create moments of value. build character through quality. and earn the right to be called a classic. the lands' end no iron dress shirt. starting at 49 dollars. is what makes us different. we take the time to get to know you and your unique health needs. then we help create a personalized healthcare experience that works for you. and you. and you. with 50 years of know-how, and a dedicated network of doctors, health coaches, and wellness experts, we're a partner you can rely on -- today, and tomorrow. we're going beyond insurance to become your partner in health. humana. does your dog food have? to become your partner in health. 18 percent? 20? new purina one true instinct has 30. active dogs crave nutrient-dense food. so we made purina one true instinct. learn more at purinaone.com to search your stuff and stthe web all from one place. let bing find the photos you
PBS
Oct 22, 2013 2:30pm PDT
.s. drone strikes abroad, contradicting obama administration claims such deaths are rare. good evening. i'm gwen ifill. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. also ahead this tuesday, the latest jobs numbers, delayed weeks by the shutdown, paint a lackluster employment picture. there's just no evidence that we're going recover the way we were before the wall street implosion and ensuing recession. >> ifill: plus, a traditional ally puts the u.s. on notice, as saudi arabia criticizes the obama administration for fang
Al Jazeera America
Oct 19, 2013 10:00pm EDT
obama administration would say is they are trying to distinguish what a whistleblower is and a leaker and don't want leaks of national security secrets. this is an administration who has had two grand stealing - stealing of secrets - first with bradley manning and then edward snowden. they are on the defensive and want to make sure that doesn't happen. in a way they overreacted. it's not that they started with a policy of excessive control, but they have grown into it. >> talking about the whistleblowers, the report talks about that saying: again, from a legal standpoint, where do you draw the line. >> well, this is not a legal question, the way the obama administration has drawn it, which is that if you criticise the poll circumstances the nature of their policies, the funding, then you are considered to be a leaker as opposed to a whistleblower. this is contented in the courts. whistleblowers have protection that leakers do not have. it's an important distinction to make, no one is making it well. >> they have limited it so much. we did ask for comment from the white house. we didn'
PBS
Oct 15, 2013 7:00pm PDT
information being obtained from him in those circumstances. it is not an option for the obama administration. it can't possibly add to the number of prisoners when obama us stated aim is to close down that cap. he definitely wants to use a civilian court for this trial and that has what has happened. there have been 125 convictions on terrorism charges. the military connections, not a single case has been completed. the civilian route has produced some results. the obama administration would be looking to argue that the civilian process works and to look at the trial and see if it can be done without too many hitches or challenges, at which case he would use it as an argument to say that we need to get the remaining guantÁnamo detainees into that civilian process. >> just pleaded not guilty to terrorism charges in the u.s.. and now the philippines where a 7.1 magnitude earthquake has claimed 93 lives. extensive damage also. >> one woman pulls her child. security footage shows how locals poured onto the streets as the earthquake struck before 8:00 on tuesday morning. many of the deaths cause
FOX News
Oct 22, 2013 4:00pm PDT
last minute change to the obama administration made to the healthcare web site. why did they do it? and did it add to the chaos. congressman trey gowdy is here next. former florida governor jeb bush offering president obama some surprising advice. will it work? president bush's helpful hints coming up. bold has a huge imagination. a playground of innovation, color, and design. showing up where we least expect it. and taking inspiration from our wildest dreams. because kohler doesn't see the world in fixtures and faucets. it reimagines. coloring our lives in ways only bold could do, it's no wonder the world can't wait to see what kohler does next. >>> listen to this one. the member of congress comparing the tea party to kkk. taking heat for latest fundraising detail it. burning cross used as t in tea party. in the caption now you know what the t stands for. calling on democrats to condemn the grayson email. in a statement grayson defending the email saying the tea party is long racist and terms imagery to refer to african-americans and president obama. so now you be the judge. is co
FOX Business
Oct 18, 2013 7:00pm EDT
that is at the very heart of obamacare. how clueless is the obama administration and the health and human services department? federal officials reportedly did not test the obamacare website until one week before its launch. as a result, most people still cannot access the site, cannot enroll in the program, and if they do the information is reportedly unusable by the insurers to support the exchange . insurers are complaining that they are not getting accurate data from the few people who do manage to apply for a obamacare plant in ipod key. the advisory board is a research firm that has been tracking enrollment. it says about 50,000 people have actually successfully and rolled out of 1,803,000 who managed to access the site. 50,000 people have enrolled in just under three weeks. 50,000. to put that number in context, 200,000 people, four times the number enrolled in obamacare have signed up on line to be among the first people to colonize mars once the technology becomes available. it is no wonder that health and human services secretary kathleen sibelius' refuses to testify before congress. fox
FOX News
Oct 18, 2013 11:00pm PDT
now. ♪ ♪ >>> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the obama administration, why is it not accountable? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as we have been reporting, the rollout of obama care is a disaster. yet the president has not acknowledged that the woman mr. obama put in charge,hhs secretary kathleen sebelius obviously way in over her head, yet, she has not been replaced even as the situation deteriorates. a new survey by u stamp says that 20% of americans trying to log on to the health exchanges can do so without difficulty. a number of health insurance companies say their profits will decline as the confusion grows. and many americans who really need good healthcare are being denied because of the increasing cost to the premiums and doctors who want no part of the program. the whole thing is unacceptable because, remember, the obama administration is spending billions of dollars just to put the program together. and the computers they are relying on simply are not working properly. the administration has had more than 3 years to get
CSPAN
Oct 17, 2013 8:00pm EDT
the digital weekly magazine. i'm here here to welcome me to this event. the obama administration and the press surveillance post-9/11 america. if you haven't had a chance to see this report which i have you may want to rename the group that -- to protect sources say those of us who have done the job of investigative reporting the sources are our lifeblood and if they come to the sources we had better. i'm also familiar with the court cases against sources. it's a bleak picture of to and including u.s. attorney in chicago who was the hero pat fitzgerald. they put a lot of guys away who were investigating but when it came to -- blankly asserted that journalists who get leaked information is our witnesses to a crime which puts us in the crosshairs. thanks for coming here it is a great report and if you haven't read it please do. these guys will have a fine discussiodiscussio n on it and we are pleased to have them. therefore introduce moderator one death of his nest. it's being webcast and also c-span so if you have a question please be sure to wait for the mic and speaking to them it. your moder
CSPAN
Oct 18, 2013 10:00am EDT
looking at the obama administration's relationship with press. they examined a study by a former washington post executive editor. we will show you a portion of this event until our live coverage of the discussion on syria gets underway at 11:00 eastern. to newo, welcome america. i am the managing editor. a edit the digital magazine "weekly wonk.: " i am here to welcome you to this event, the obama administration and the press. if you have not had a chance to all abouteport, it is protecting sources. those of us who have done the job in reporting know that the sources are our lifeblood. if they come for the sources, we better speak. you are familiar with the court cases against sources, it is a leaked picture -- a bleak picture. chicago putorney in a lot of guys away. when he came here to prosecute , he asserted witnessesalists are to a crime. thank you for coming. these fellows will have a fine discussion. we are excited. introduce the moderator, one bit of business. webcast on c-span, please be sure to wait for the microphone. ofr moderator, u.s. chair privacy and indications p
Al Jazeera America
Oct 16, 2013 5:30pm EDT
to his cell. >> before adnan died, the obama administration had placed a moratorium on returning to yemen, even those it had cleared for release. over the years, countries like saudi arabia, afghanistan and pakistan have seen almost 90% of their guantanamo detainees transferred, whether to prisons or to freedom. but so far, fewer than a fifth of yemeni detainees have been returned. >> these parade grounds were filled with thousands of spectators on national unity day in 2012, when a member of al qaeda blew himself up right here. the blast killed some hundred army officers and injured 200 more. now there's nothing to suggest a connection between the bomber and guantanamo. but this highlights one of the fears the us government has with returning detainees to this country. that after their return, they might carry out an attack like the one commemorated here, or even ones against american targets. >> what we say to the americans is that "if they help yemen, as far as security issues are concerned, that they and our regional players also help in the rehabilitation of those that are released f
Al Jazeera America
Oct 20, 2013 7:00pm EDT
't happened. >> obama administration has led the deportation of more people than any of the other administrations in years. >> i want everybody to be able to reach that american dream and that is why immigration reform is an economic imperative. >> these are people that just wanted a shot at the american dream and who love this country. and frankly you know many of these folks have contributed to greatly to our communities. >> and sometimes when i talk to immigration advocates, you know, they wish i could just bypass congress and change the law myself. but that's not how democracy works. >> but for those in the front lines of immigration enforcement, his words ring hollow. >> until everyone decides to speak with one solid voice, and develop that needed lobby, things aren't going ochange. because on the other -- to change. because on the other side, folks spend billions of dollars to lobby to keep the things the way they are. >> until our government does something to make our immigration laws more humane and more fair then the kind of people we represent every day, and or that we h
Al Jazeera America
Oct 20, 2013 10:00pm EDT
died in ice custody. the obama administration announced they would reform the system. among ice officials, broward is held up as a model of that reform. >> what you'll see in broward as compared to certainly a county jail or some of our other more secure detention facility is a lot of freedom of movement, you see an interior space where people when they leave their rooms and they're housed in rooms rather than cells are pretty much free to walk anywhere between the perimeter of the -- within the perimeter of the building including outside. >> relatively speaking it looks great, it's probably the facility where most people want to be if they have to be in detention. but it's certainly not an alternative to detention which we were being told by officials it was, when it first opened. >> cheryl has been defending immigrant rights,. >> 80% of immigrants from detention have no attorney and no right to an attorney. >> how can you be in the legal system and not be entitled to an attorney? isn't it a guarantee? >> it's a guarantee if you are in criminal court. it's not a guarantee if yo
MSNBC
Oct 22, 2013 2:30am PDT
not come as a surprise to the obama administration. the health care website reportedly crashed during a simulation with just a few hundred people attempting to log on, and the washington post and abc news found voters are still willing to give the health care law a chance. 46% of voters support obama care and 49% are against it. while 53% disapprove of the way the president is handling the law's roleout, 33% say it should be repealed. 66% say the law should stand even though one-third of those voters say they oppose it, which means they respect that it was passed as a law and was upheld in court. new polling shows more bad news for congress despite its vote to end the shutdown and avoid default, and meanwhile a princeton research poll finds nearly of a of all americans would work better if every single member were replaced, and that figure is similar to election year's past when the minority party won control of the house. the obama administration is facing questions this morning over the nsa surveillance programs after more disclosures involving this time france. and president obama
MSNBC
Oct 22, 2013 5:30am EDT
year's past when the minority party won control of the house. the obama administration is facing questions this morning over the nsa surveillance programs after more disclosures involving this time france. and president obama called france's president to promise policies. phone calls were apparently automatically recorded if certain numbers were called and key words were allegedly used to pick up text messages. and secretary of state john kerry happened to be in paris and responded to the report. >> protecting the security of our citizens in today's world is a very complicated and very challenging task and it's an every day 24/7 365 task unfortunate unfortunately, because there are lots of people out there seek to do harm to other people. >> the information came from documents from edward snowden documents. >>> and then a senseless school shooting left two people dead including the shooter. >> active shooter sparks middle school, they have two down and one in the drop aufr area, and suspect is described as wearing khaki pants. >> the armed student killed a math teacher that tried
FOX News
Oct 19, 2013 1:30pm PDT
, only seven. jaime weinstein joins us now. the obama administration boldly predicted a half million would sign up in the first month alone. these websites have all but crashed. they is a bungled launch, excruciatingly embarrassing and it is so bad that insurance brokers are saying don't do it. don't sign up. where is this thing going? >> it is not good for sure. they haven't released official numbers on the federal exchange yet, but people have been able to determine -- people have signed up in various states. in some states like alaska as you mentioned, you can count the number of enrollees on two hands, but you don't cutoff your thumbs and include just your fingers. it is not just the number of people who sign up. it is who signs up. they need young people and they don't know how many young people signed up. you need those healthy and young people to sign up to subsidize the sick and elderly. if they don't sign up, you can see some serious trouble for obamacare. >> i want to explore that a bit more, but first, it is not just the people who can't get on and gain access and sign up.
FOX News
Oct 20, 2013 7:00am PDT
'll agree to meet in december. this is because the obama administration seems so eager for a deal, the regime in tehran can sense that. they can sense weakness on the part of the europeans who want to get back to advantageous trade arrangements. i think they think they can made superficial concessions, that europe and washington will give way on the sanctions and once they turn the corner on sanctions, it will be very hard to ramp them back up again. >> are they just playing out the clock? and as we talked before, rouhani said he created a common environment a number of years ago to out with the europeans. >> he did this ten years ago when he was iran's chief negotiator. he's got some of the same gullible americans who negotiated with them in the clinton administration. the europeans always ready to cut a deal. i'm afraid the outlook from the perspective of stopping nuclear proliferation has to be pretty pessimistic. >> there's a group of republicans who want tougher sanctions now. should congress pass the tougher sanctions at this moment while the negotiations continue? >> sure,
Al Jazeera America
Oct 18, 2013 9:00pm EDT
in the process? >> in reality, no. >> reporter: beyond that, the obama administration has acknowledged that healthcare.gov has been full of glitches, and crashes, but will the technological tripup drive people away from obamacare? >> progress is being made and people are enrolling across the country. >> >> reporter: so we have all had trouble trying to order or sign up for something online. but why is it so crucial for obamacare, and why is it so difficult so far? tonight's digital producer is with us, and also, luke chung of ms, inc. so we have emphasized how important it is for young, digitally savvy people to enroll because obamacare requires a lot of young, healthy pem in the system. >> they matter to the extent that the obama administration has sold the plan on its website in such a politically charged climate with the opponents so vociferous about it, they will see flaws in order to fight it. so it matters in that reflect, but you can take a look back down the line and whether or not this will doom it. and one of the things that many defenders much the law point to, medicare part
Comedy Central
Oct 14, 2013 7:30pm PDT
that, the obama administration had three years to set up the web enrollment for the president's centerpiece legislative achievement. you know obama must have had the tech end buttoned up. that would be like if lincoln didn't proof read the emans paition proclamation and ended up freeing the davies, sure good news for any slave any dave. the obamacare implementation rollout has left a lot to be desired. what a great opportunity for the opposition party to offer a reasonable alternative. >> the republicans hinted the only way to end the shutdown is to tie it to the debt ceiling fight. >> we're now lumping in the debt ceiling and the government shutdown and the fight over obamacare. >> jon: right i forgot they are (bleep) nuts. the most egregious and blatant incompetence still pales in comparison to these guys, to these an asteroid will collide with the earth and republicans are refusing to send bruce willis until obamacare is defunded. now it seems the republicans are threatening to refuse to raise the debt ceiling which would tech fikly put the united states in default, technic
LINKTV
Oct 17, 2013 5:30am PDT
suspects request the obama administration has made it clear they will not send it to black sites for the kind of interrogation we have had before. you can assume this is a lawful interrogation. >> the bombing is thought to be only a minor one. his previous contact with high ranking members of al qaeda seems to make him worth the risk of extracting. >> i think he is considered a very valuable source and resource to the united states are now in addition to the prosecutorial element. >> if convicted, al-liby facebook life in prison. >> caution once again in the streets of brazil. the violence broke out at the end of demonstrations demanding better pay for teachers and affordable housing. in both rio de janeiro and sÃo paulo, hundreds of members of amicus group began throwing molotov cocktails along with rocks and bottles toward police. as a result, police used tear gas to disperse the crowds. it has been more than two months since thousands of young athletes from around the world returned home from brazil after worldview today. a handful chose to stay behind and are now claiming es
PBS
Oct 14, 2013 6:30pm PDT
in the enrollment process which runs for six months. but the obama administration has targeted covering 7 million people under the affordable care act through the exchanges, amounting to an average of 39,000 people a day for 180 days. industry analysts say that insurers have so far seen a few thousand enrollees make it through the bottle neck, and there were many mistakes. it required manual correction. >> right now it is not that big of a problem, because the carriers can do manual intervention and clean it up. but again, once we get it done in large numbers there is no way they can handle it. >> the obama administration compared the rocky start to the federal exchange to the launch of medicare part d in 2006, which was doubled with problems, fixed in months. but this could be more complicated. in no small part because of the complications. >>> and coming up, how the three winners of the nobel prize make you a better investor. >>> and the bond market was closed for columbus day. >> price of crude oil ended slightly higher today, but gasoline prices are falling fast. gasbuddy.com says that consum
WHUT
Oct 22, 2013 8:00am EDT
, he's a staffer for cnn whose second book on the nation's n oath, the obama administration. he's jeffery toobin. this is overhead. >> most people want a good job. >> i realized a lot of people weren't writing things in my voice. i had to do it myself. >> he said kid i love you because. >> we're a better country, and we have more to do. >> i will do that. when i want the buzz you can get for working at the absolute top dollar. [laughter] >> jeffery toobin, welcome. >> great to be back. nice to see you again. thank you. >> pleasure. >> why is it the obama white house versus the supreme court?& >> that changed june 28, the day of the healthcare decision. because the pattern of unremitting hostility between the supreme court and the obama administration was broken in perhaps the most important -- >> right. >> mmment of conflict, potentially, between the court and the president. >> yeah. >> but i don't anticipate that. i think it's a truce, rather than a peace treaty. >> but it was a very important truce. >> and it was shocking in the way it came down, the story -- if we believe it.
WHUT
Oct 18, 2013 6:00pm EDT
in a different areas in and around the capital baghdad. the obama administration is pursuing new charges against four former operatives of the private military firm blackwater for the 2007 nice or square massacre that killed 17 iraqi civilians, including women and children. an appeals court reinstated the case two years ago after a lower court dismissed it in 2009. now a federal grand jury has issued a new indictment charging the men with voluntary manslaughter and other crimes. in a statement, the chief government prosecutors said -- a hearing is set for next week. a panel of u.s. marine colonels has recommended a forcible discharge for an officer who oversaw group of snipers shown on video urinating on the corpses of afghans. captain james clement is the only officer to face criminal charges for the 2011 incident. plea marines accepted deals last year. a pair of lieutenant generals will now review the panel's recommendation on his fate. government official says international talks to resolve the conflict in syria could open in geneva in late november. a devotee prime minister in syria, is the
CSPAN
Oct 19, 2013 3:45pm EDT
of military action against syria. it is a deal that is very useful for the obama administration, much more useful for the russian federation because it enshrines the stability of the syrian regime. if it was an open question the a sod regime would be in power it is an open question because we need him in power to provide us with access to the chemical weapons we're supposed to dismantle land not only that but for the russians all sorts of ancillary benefits accrue because cereus in 1971 has been the way station and home port for russia's mediterranean flotilla. preserving the regime's hold on power, preserving its stability is a huge coup for the russian federation. the tangible benefits for us remain to be seen. from damascus, the discussion about damascus, you saw vladimir putin jet off to pteron in which he talked about russia's cooperation with iran's nuclear program and the potential reactivation of a sale of controversial 300 missiles to the iranian regime, something that was tabled in moscow so not great progress but this is symptomatic of something that we are all sensing when we l
FOX News
Oct 21, 2013 1:00am PDT
. >> finally question of the obama administration which has gone against leakers using prosecution tools and reporters. there is a measure report headed by former "washington post" editor about the administration in which "new york times" reporter is saying this is the most closed, control-from freak administration ever covered. is that fair? >> ing it is fair. what the obama administration has done to make journalism almost a criminal activity when it comes to national security is outrageous. >> thanks for joining us. >> julian assange gave us fugitive c.i.a. contractor that leaked the documents about the surveillance to guardian, and he announced he is leaving the british number, that reporter and launching his new website with millions from ebay founder and now there is debate about whether he is a journalists or activist. he has been a reporter in delivering the scoops to "the guardian." he is not known as a liberal and is looking to independent journalists with expertise and a follows. >> with so many fake online reviews how do you know who to trust? we have some clues ahead test te
FOX News
Oct 18, 2013 5:00pm PDT
for watching us tonight. the obama administration, why is it not accountable? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as we have been reporting, the rollout of obama care is a disaster. yet the president has not acknowledged that the woman mr. obama put in charge,hhs secretary kathleen sebelius obviously way in over her head, yet, she has not been replaced even as the situation deteriorates. a new survey by u stamp says that 20% of americans trying to log on to the health exchanges can do so without difficulty. a number of health insurance companies say their profits will decline as the confusion grows. and many americans who really need good healthcare are being denied because of the increasing cost to the premiums and doctors who want no part of the program. the whole thing is unacceptable because, remember, the obama administration is spending billions of dollars just to put the program together. and the computers they are relying on simply are not working properly. the administration has had more than 3 years to get up and running. yet today we have chaos. a
FOX News
Oct 21, 2013 8:00pm PDT
. >> the data is going to indicate sadly that when the obama administration is over it, black people will have lost ground in every single leading economic indicated category. in that regard the president ought to be held responsible. >> and here are the stats. blacks make about 13% of the population and 23% of all food stamp recipients are black. 19% of disabled workers are african-american and 20% of those receiving medicaid are black. mr. ambassador, it seems that african-americans are still very dependent on the government everybody in america has been dependent on the government at some time. >> not me. >> g.i. bill. >> i never got a dime with from them. i'm not saying that with any kind of huber russ. >> the expressway system. i came up in the world war ii. and and everybody in my class poor kids, they huddle together because they were americans. and they and they save stamps. what we owe, everybody in america, is the right to vote. and access to capital. >> access to money to start a business i think when we get that and when we have the freedom to develop our ideas as we have done in a
CNN
Oct 22, 2013 1:00pm PDT
that was put in there. let's try it again. here's the administration the day the obama care websites were launched. >> apple rolled out a new mobile operating system and within days, they found a glitch so they fixed it. >> well, i'm not an expert on web design, so i can't guarantee that there aren't glitches that are just technical in nature. >> i think that the volume related issues are ones that we welcome, frankly. >> i don't remember anybody suggesting apple should stop selling iphones or ipads. >> because picking out your best health insurance plan, checking with the irs to see if you qualify for a subsidy, double checking to see if you already have insurance and then enrolling, that's the same thing as purchasing an ipad. maybe it's time for president obama to try a black turtleneck on for size, see if that works any better. apple, for one, must be very, very happy that the administration has dropped its comparisons. from day one the white house tried talking around the debacle of the affordable care website exchanges. president obama yesterday publicly acknowledged the problems bu
Al Jazeera America
Oct 14, 2013 10:00pm EDT
do you draw the line? >> well, this is not a legal question the way the obama administration has drawn it, which is if you criticize their policies, the nature of their policies, the funding of their policies, then you are considered to be a leaker as oppose it had a whistle blower and this is contended in the courts because whistle blowers have some protections that leak hleakers do not have. it's an important distinction to make and nobody is really making it well. >> they have really immaterial ted it so much. david, we did ask for comment from the white house, we didn't get anybody who wanted to be interviewed on the show. we also were not able to get even a statement from them about this report. you know, as we said, it's gone after the a.p. records, after james rosen, james rise en, it's done quite a lot and as mentioned david sanger being concerned -- or his sources being concerned about communicating with him. what kind of chilling effect is this having on journalism especially in washington. >> what's amazing one of the big sections of the report is that the administrati
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